High Image Quality − the key to vision task solution

Lipton: Inspector 2D Vision Sensor checks correct positioning of tea bag labels


After water, tea is the world’s most consumed beverage. More than three billion cups are drunk each year in countries across the globe – the equivalent of around 450 cups per person in a year. As a beverage, tea is unique in that it is an everyday part of life for the whole gamut of global cultures.   

vision sensors | monitoring and controlling


Vision-Sensor Inspector Food

Over the past few years, the number of people suffering from food allergies has risen significantly. To ensure that every pack really does have on the inside what it states on the outside, vision sensors from SICK’s Inspector product family visually inspect every product that leaves the belt at Crop’s in Belgium. The frozen food manufacturer is therefore able to guarantee that consumers with particular food allergies will always have access to the right information.

position determination | vision sensors

How vision sensors make sure the croissants are baked golden brown


Vision sensors usually inspect the quality of a product – whether in industrial production or in food-processing companies. However, the sensors from SICK’s Inspector product family can also be used in production to provide technologically advanced process control in a variety of ways. Lantmännen Unibake, an industrial bakery in the Belgian city of Moeskroen, produces croissants and other small baked goods. Lantmännen uses the vision sensors to ensure the different products receive a faultless glaze.